Microsoft Launches Copilot as App on Android

Microsoft has launched a new app called Copilot for devices that run on the Android operating system.

Microsoft Launches Copilot as App on Android

The tech giant did not turn the launch of the mentioned digital product into an event. The launch of the app was unnoticeable until the media noticed it.

Microsoft has provided Android-operating device owners with access to its artificial intelligence-based Copilot. In this case, there is no need to use the Bing mobile app.

Consumers can use Copilot as a chatbot. Also, this digital product of the technology giant has the function of generating images applying DALL-E 3. Another ability of this virtual development is the creation of text material for emails and documents.

Moreover, Copilot, as reported by the media, offers free access to the latest OpenAI GPT-4 model, which is a paid feature in ChatGPT.

The tech giant has launched a new app for Android-based devices during its considerable efforts related to AI. This digital product was created after the rebranding of Microsoft Bing Chat to Copilot, which increased its level of autonomy.

Extending the capabilities of artificial intelligence-based digital development to mobile apps is a logical and natural solution in the context of the tech giant’s efforts to provide consumers with access to a universal virtual tool for various tasks.

There is no version of Copilot for devices running on the iOS operating system yet. At the same time, it is expected that this configuration of the digital product will be available to users shortly. Nowadays iPhone and iPad owners can still access Copilot features via Bing.

Microsoft launched the mentioned digital product in September as part of a free update for Windows 11. At that time, the tech giant said that the rollout of Copilot would continue in Bing, Edge, and Microsoft 356.

The decisions of the technology giant are significant actions in the context of the gradual emergence of generative artificial intelligence in the mass consumption market. Machine intelligence and its revolutionary capabilities have already changed the way end users receive and activate information to a certain extent. Artificial intelligence has also largely transformed the principle of consumer activity on the Internet and interaction in virtual spaces filled with huge amounts of data. Moreover is expanding the spread of AI usage scenarios to enhance creativity and productivity.

In September, Microsoft announced that the list of Copilot features would be expanded. The tech giant intends to equip the digital product with new features and integrate it into various apps.

In November, the company introduced a package of new solutions for Copilot. This set of innovations included a function to personalize the work of users, expand the mathematical skills of the mentioned AI configuration, and improve the analysis capabilities in Microsoft 365. There is also a solution that allows consumers to use a low-code tool to customize Copilot for Microsoft 365.

In November, the media reported that artificial intelligence could gain a significant share in the tech giant’s revenue structure. It is assumed that Microsoft 365 Copilot AI for Office app business subscribers can become the main source of profit. This feature costs $30 per person per month. By 2026, providing consumers with access to Microsoft 365 Copilot AI could start generating annual revenue of about $10 billion.

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